NoeticSI Systems Intuition XQ

The Game Changer
for Business, R&D, First Responders, & Innovative Thinkers

NSI provides mind-expansion protocols that integrate


Critical Thinking &

Remote Viewing

The result …

Powerful Decision-Making Tools that allow the mind to become a laser like instrument that is objective and highly sensitive to anticipating future trends.

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A Recognized but Ignored Brain Function

Why do many successful people seem to have access to invisible information such as future trends, or have an innate feeling for which direction to engage in? What if you could get glimpses of future events and trends? What if you could get strong accurate  feelings as to which correct decision to make? What if you could obtain quick clarity from complex situations by simply increasing the occurrence of accurate intuitive insights?

In 2001, Dr. Dominique Surel pioneered her concept of integrating Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) with Critical Thinking to develop Intuitive Intelligence. She named her proprietary methodology XQ for Intuitive Intelligence Quotient. Learners who apply XQ to their work, report increased clarity, quickness in thinking, and accuracy in their decision-making process especially in crisis situations.

Truth and clarity are more powerful than any model. With XQ training, you and your team will learn how to reach truth and gain clarity for success.


“Gut reaction is essential to any decision-making process”

Scott Beth, VP of Finance Operations, Intuit

Ignoring gut instinct could make your projects go belly-up
Researcher Chantal Burns interviewed 600 employees and found that “ …three out of four times your hunch will pay off, and that will save time, resources – and, ultimately, benefit the bottom line.”


Ray Kroc, founder of McDonald’s, explained why he purchased the McDonald brand from the McDonald brothers: “I’m not a gambler and I didn’t have that kind of money, but my funny bone instinct kept urging me on”.

(Miller, C., & Ireland, D. H. 2005. Intuition in strategic decision making: Friend or foe in the fast-paced 21st century? Academy of Management Executive, 19, 19-30.)


Chairman and CEO Kip Tindell, of The Container Store, is a firm believer in the power of intuition, and the absolute necessity of knowledge and experience to make that intuition possible. Container Store employees use their intuition to divine what a customer’s true needs are, to gauge whether or not a candidate is the right hire, and to channel their creativity to come up with interesting solutions to problems.


Warren Bennis, author of On Becoming a Leader states: “American organizational life is a left-brain culture, meaning logical, analytical, technical, controlled, conservative, and administrative. We, to the extent we are its products, are dominated and shaped by those same characteristics. Our culture needs more right-brain qualities, needs to be more intuitive, conceptual, synthesizing and artistic.”



Have You Ever:

  • Come up with a great idea out-of-the-blue?
  • Received important information about a situation without being sure where it came from?
  • Asked certain questions, without logical association, and obtained critical information?
  • Felt the need to analyze data more meticulously, even though it appeared unnecessary, and acquired pertinent information for the perfect solution?
  • Felt the urge to change plans, without necessary reason, and were glad you did?
  • Went back to review information that didn’t feel quite right and found out your hunch was right?
  • Had a clear feeling about a future trend that proved correct?
  • Re-adjusted team strategy on a hunch and got superb results?
  • Had a certain feeling about someone you were about to hire which turned out to be correct?

If you checked yes to just one of these, you are a normal, intuitive person. Learn how to develop this valuable skill by using the XQ method.

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We train teams or individuals to develop their XQ and teach them how to apply this superlative intelligence to make better decisions, better assess situations, and turbo-charge creative thoughts for innovation. Training programs are tailored to each company’s industry and specific focus.

Want to learn how to develop and manage this powerful skill, then contact us and let us tell tell you how Noetic Systems’ training can be of valuable to your organization.